Monday, June 8, 2015

Hiding My Marijuana Scent On Campus

My personal barber came to my apartment one day to cut my hair again. I always look forward to our little mini get togethers. When it comes to relationships there is nothing like one between a man and his barber. You can't describe it. People, especially men, knows exactly what I'm talking about.

My barber likes to smoke marijuana. He has his own people that provides him good amounts. He asked me if I wanted to smoke some after cutting my hair to kill time. I was fine with that. I had a scholarship meeting on campus that wasn't going to happen for another four hours. I had plenty of time to kill.

Two hours later, I took a look around the air in my apartment engulfed with a combination of marijuana and in scents. I didn't pay close attention to it, for I was having a good time huffing and puffing. I was in bed experiencing my own effects from smoking a joint while my barber was writing in his journal. According to him, I filled the room with so much artistry that the essence was rubbing off him, causing him to get creative.

I looked at the clock and realized it was time to go. My barber packed up while I went over to grab my winter coat and my apartment keys. For me still being a rookie pot smoker, I was totally unaware of what you have to go after you smoke pot. You have to take a shower and put your clothes away, so you wouldn't walk around with the smell. I didn't know this until it was too late.

I got on the train and arrived on campus an hour early to my scholarship meeting. I thought it would be a good idea to kill time by going to the library and watch videos on YouTube. The minute I sat down and took off my coat, I woke up the whole campus.

A whole smell of marijuana escaped my coat like a invisible puff of smoke, and quickly spread across the library. Student after student raised their heads wondering who was smoking pot in the library. I quickly put my coat back and tried to conceal the smell for the rest of the evening.

So you could only imagine what I was doing when it was time for my scholarship meeting.

For a rookie pot smoker, I truly learned my lesson about a requirement regarding the aftermath of smoking cannabis.

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